I rush from the boat races to the Rugby field and from there to a date with a Bengalese beauty who lectures on Wordsworth.
Vina, the principal national instrument of the Hindus, also known as the Bengalese vina, strung with wire.
The Bengalese have from the earliest times been noted for their proficience in the arts.
The servants are Chinese, with the exception of the seis (coachmen or grooms), who are Bengalese.
By the natives it is called Sam-dung, but the Bengalese call it Nagrikoth.
Their only arms are spears: but they use iron-shod implements of agriculture, which the Bengalese often do not.
He seems to have headed the army in the field, while his brother Nam-si (Lamjit of the Bengalese) defended the capital.
They were probably first called Bengalese houses, and the present name was corrupted out of the adjective.
All these things were duly repeated to the revolutionary government by Louis Zamore, her Bengalese servant.
He was a Bengalese, living in England for his education, as several others are at present.